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SBD/March 27, 2014/Franchises
Sounders Supporters Group Could Boycott Game At Levi's Stadium Over Ticket Prices
Published March 27, 2014
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CAN A RESOLUTION BE REACHED? Reed last week said that he does not foresee a resolution to the issue because ECS had been told that it was likely not possible to alter the prices for a number of reasons. However, ECS has been in contact with the Earthquakes, Sounders and MLS over the issue. Given that this dialogue is ongoing, Reed said that the possibility of a solution remains. Reed: “I’m not going to say the window has slammed shut.” He also said that it is possible some ECS members will choose to travel to the match despite the group’s official stance, but added that he did not foresee a lot of people doing so. Meanwhile, Reed indicated that the group is unhappy with ticket prices for the Sounders’ two matches this season at the Timbers’ Providence Park. He noted that plans are being made to attend the first game, but admitted the group is still mulling whether it will travel for the second game.